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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by abhaya, Nov 14, 2010.
This is roo roo (named by my 6 year old) Not sure if he is an ee or pure any ideas?
he is an EE. a pure AR would have blue/green legs your boy has yellow legs a shure sine of an EE
Pure what? Ameraucana or araucana?
Ameraucanas would have slate or black legs, no green or yellow.
sorry slate lokes blue/green to me
Quote:Most EEs have green legs.
How many toes does the rooster have? His coloring looks like a Faverolle.
3 toes and a thumb I guess you would call it
jullie an EE could be any mixed breed that lays colered eggs-faverolles have featherd legs and samon is a color not a breed . most faverolle are samon color sice i do not see a singale comb i dont think he is a faverolle mix the silgale comb would be domenent
Slate has no green tint. Think of a greyish blue. Dark legs over white skin. This is ameraucanas and a number of other breeds.
Willow is a greenish colouring. Dark legs over yellow skin. This is araucanas as well as a number of other breeds. (White araucanas have yellow legs; black ones have black legs.)
However they do not have muffs or beards (in the US), and they DO have tufts and are rumpless. That said, breeders use tailed and non-tufted birds in the breeding pens. However, none would use birds with muffs or beards.
Quote:Single comb is recessive, not dominant.
I think the first questions is, where did he come from?